Type: Posts; User: koen
In general, not really. An amount the size of a pea should be enough. Then just put the cooler on and the thermal grease will dissipate.
I also got some thermal grease on a white shirt of mine - I...
I'm gonna be home later than that (probably around 20:30, which would be 19:30 UK). Can I join late, or is that not an option. Also my first time playing with the RPS people, but not my first time...
The problem is your videocard. A geforce 9200 is not a gaming videocard (as in, it has a very bad performance).
I've got a code for 60% off for the King Arthur franchise - anyone who wants to can have it. My steam page = http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198034878421/
I've got a Logitech G35 - I really like it. The surround sound is really good, and the 2.0 is also really quite decent. It's meant for games and movies however, and it isolates quite well with its...
Oh OK, pardon me English is not my first language :)
Your point being? I had a loud fan which made an annoying noise, replaced it and now my PC is quiet. Seems like an improvement to me.
This 'theory' works if every 120mm fan and every 200mm perform the same. However, they don't. I found that the front 200mm didn't move as much air as I would expect coming from a noisy fan like that,...
I have this case, and it's both stylish and very functional. Is a bit on the loud side however; I replaced the front 200mm fan with two 120mm fans.
In Medal of honor in one of the first missions you are standing on a roof and it collapses. Don't know if that counts, but maybe it can help you. You're on top of a collapsing ceiling?
Maybe think twice about it. I'm definitely not an expert on the subject but I did come across this website:
I love to listen to the Rebel FM podcast, although they often go off topic. Still gaming related off-topicness though, if you would like to call it that. Definitely my favorite podcast, also lots of...